Spatial Dynamics, Networks and Modelling

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Edward Elgar Publishing, May 25, 2006 - Business & Economics - 494 pages
'the editors have done an excellent job in bringing together a comprehensive collection of cutting edge research findings on network theory. . .'
- Sierdjan Koster, European Spatial Research and Policy
 

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Contents

1 Space in Motion
1
PART I Analytical Advances in Modelling the SpaceEconomy
11
A Review
13
A Spatial Network Comparison of the US Electric Power Grid and the Internet Network
35
Empirical Experiments on Regional Labour Market Dynamics
61
Simulation Results for Several Misspecification Tests
91
PART II Modelling Transport Networks
119
6 Intelligent Transportation System TS Management Using Boolean Networks
121
An Overview
241
Does Location Matter?
267
PART IV Dynamics in Regional Systems
295
A Forecast 2001 to 2010
297
A SpatialEconometric Analysis of Spain
325
14 Using a Spatial Microsimulation Model for the Estimation of the Geographical Impact of British National Government Policies
367
PART V Dynamics in Urban Transport Systems
403
15 Dynamic Effects of Transport Costs on Urban Shape
405

7 Route Choice Behavious with RiskAverse Users
139
Acquired Experiences and New Challenges
181
PART III Spatial and Industrial Dynamics
201
Theory Measurement and Outcomes
203
16 Imperfect Competition and Congestion in a City with Asymmetric Subcentres
421
A Hedonic Price Approach
445
Index
487
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